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Research and Creative Activities Symposium
 

2011 Award Winners

Research and Creative Activities Symposium


 

Outstanding Research and Creative Activities:

Awards for Graduate Research:
  • Ingrid Ludeke: Archaeology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “Contrasting Neanderthal and Homo sapiens use of space at Riparo Bombrini, Italy”
  • Sarah Brannnon and Stefan Silau: Health and Behavioral Science, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “A Weighty Matter: Do health behaviors affect the neurocognitive health of obese adults?”
Awards for Undergraduate Research:
  • Mia Smith: Pre-Veterinary, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “Quantum Effect Can be Important to Chloride Ion Channel/Transporter Mechanism: A Computational Study”
  • Manuchehr Aminian: Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “Algorithms for Generalized Image Segmentation”

Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence:

Undergraduate Creative Activity:
  • Sinjin Jones and Marianna Chavez: Theater, Film and Video Production, College of Arts and Media
    “Arts in Community Development”
Graduate Creative Activity:
  • Paula Marchionda: Preventative Medicine, School of Public Health
    “Genado Blessing”
Undergraduate Research:
  • Anne Mailhot: Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “Expression Patterns of PAPP-A2 in the Developing Human Placenta”
Graduate Research:
  • Rebecca Bryan: Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    “Cynomys says: Characteristics of Black-tailed Prairie Dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) Alarm Calls in Response to Simulated Predator Stimuli”

Outstanding Student Mentor Award:

  • Dr. Julian Riel-Salvatore
    Department of Anthropology
    UCDenver | Anschutz
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